Patti Mollica – a wonderful artist who creates such beautiful paintings with her loose brush strokes. It takes talent to paint without painting every little thing that you see. Just hints here and there make a much better painting. This is just one (SOLD) example, I love the light in this piece. Many of Patti’s paintings are sold, but check this link for the most up to date available paintings!
If you’re looking to take a workshop – Patti has an online color workshop (it’s an ongoing workshop where you work at your own pace so you can join any time)! You can take this workshop from the comfort of your own home – read more via the link below! (Patti also accepts Commissions!)
See more of Patti’s work via these links:
Patti Mollica delights in painting the world around her in a bold, confident style with hues that are vibrant, energetic and contemporary. Her work is known for its fearless use of color and expressive brushwork while still blending a delicate balance between impressionism, abstraction and realism.After studying at Syracuse University, Patti later graduated from the highly acclaimed Portfolio Center in Atlanta, where she earned the Best Portfolio Award. The influence of a graphic design background is apparent in the strong compositional quality of her art.Patti is the author of four books: “How to Paint Fast, Loose and Bold,” “Modern Acrylics”, “Color Theory for the Painter,” and “Getting Started in Acrylics” as well as three instructional painting DVDs produced by Penguin Press. Additionally, she is a Certified Educator for Golden Paints and conducts workshops throughout the U.S. and abroad.Patti’s work is included in several US galleries as well as the private collections of American Express, Sheraton Hotels, CBS and RCA Records, Penguin Press and many others. Her artwork is also licensed by several publishers of fine art prints for home decor and corporate environments, sold through retail stores worldwide.Patti lives in Nyack, New York with her jazz musician husband, their hound dog and cats.
✍️ Until next time…